Re: complaints about systemd
On 10/20/2014 05:28 PM, Christopher Browne wrote:
Sure, there is always merit to both sides of an argument. In the
process of fighting
about things, we gradually resort to deeper and sillier caricatures of
the 'other side'
While I wasn't keen on Upstart getting chosen, I think the page they
describing the merits of moving from SysVInit presents good points well.
and before ya know it, things get stupid.
Unfortunately, the current goings-on seem to risk being free of
and fodder for flame warring.
And that's what should be resisted at all costs. It must be about merit.
I guess I find myself displeased with certain technical points (e.g. -
claims of 1s boot time, that seem invalidated), but I'm usually finding
things working on my systems that have SystemD. So far, I can't
Experienced people tend to have a natural gut level distrust of anything
not without reason. Still, almost everyone agrees that the old sysV
needed a brush up,
so what's next? Surely the best possible thing would be to address the
problems with 'D'
without abandoning it altogether? The alternative systems don't seem to
have any huge
enthusiasm behind them. Anyway, I sure hope it doesn't come down to a
my own observations, that "different" == "bad".